We get a flood of spam through here. If you are an expert in spam, then you might be able to work out why people are suspicious of this:
We get dozens of spambots coming in posting stuff like this every day. If you want to ask a question about it in a moderated forum, then shouldn't have posted it with some sort of warning and explanation? You should know this as you work in the area, it is very disingenuous to start complaining- can you tell me what distinguishes this from the average spam message? Spambots can copy text from other posts and are highly flexible, so the word antonym isn't enough. Does this message look like the rubbish flowing through people's inboxes and clagging up forums?"B A D - A S S SOLVING SERVICE" of the botnet.com
Were you wrong? Yes, of course you were. If you want to ask questions about spam on the internet, you might want to think about warning people and putting an explanation in. This is utterly indistinguishable from fake designer stuff.
Warning? I see no need to give spam a warning. So try not to look like spam. Should contact every fake designer website promoting their junk here? As you might know, it's a battle just to stop it or reduce it to manageable proportions.
It's also Christmas Day for me so I haven't checked my email yet as it's a holiday.